Florida: Gator Smoothies, and Key West Penne, and Key Lime Honey Grilled Chicken
Alabama: Southern Fried Chicken, and Dill Pickle Potato Salad
Alaska: Curry Salmon, will use chicken, with broccoli
Arizona: Chicken and Cheese Quesadillas and Sopapillas
Because of my special diet, these will be tweeked to meet standards for CKD, or I will cook mine separate. They don't like their meat fried in coconut oil, and while Evo is OK for me, coconut oil is better. I only bake with coconut oil now, and replace eggs with bananas or applesauce.
With the holidays coming, and since I like to enjoy them, I will be posting recipes for foods and treats to take to parties for the holidays, that comply with CKD. I love the app from the National Kidney Foundation called, My Food Coach. I put my info in, and it tells me exactly how much of the foods I need for the day to meet the requirements for potassium, phosphorus, protein and calcium, oh and sodium too. Please use with caution with your doctor and dietitian, especially if you are new to CKD, and are unsure how to read labels, analyze and or convert metric units. This can be very dangerous to you. Too little and you can harm yourself, too much and you can harm yourself, it is a very delicate balance not to be taken lightly. I know for me, having too much sodium makes me feel crappy, so I try very hard to restrict sodium. I also know the importance of sodium to the body, and Iodine to the thyroid. My body needs some.